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Hat

Hat

Date: 1940/1945
Creator: Jacqueline
Description: Hat of black felt. Styled as a tricorne, the crown is of black felt, flattened at top. The wide brim is set off-center to the crown, with more of the brim at sides and front than back. The brim is curled up and in at sides and back, forming a triangular shape, with point at the front. The hat is unlined, with an inner hatband of black grosgrain ribbon along inside bottom edge of crown. Attached to the inner hatband is an elastic cord to secure hat to wearer's head. Maker's label sewn to inner hatband: "Jacqueline / Dallas".
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Hat

Hat

Date: 1945/1949
Creator: Jacqueline
Description: Hat of pale tan straw. The hat is formed as a domed crown, trimmed at lower edge with pale tan grosgrain ribbon. Unlined. Inner label: "Jacqueline / Dallas"
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Hat

Hat

Date: 1940/1945
Creator: Jacqueline
Description: Hat of tan felt. Style resembles a garrison cap. Inner headband of dark brown grosgrain ribbon. Unlined. Maker's label on inside headband: "Jacqueline / Dallas"
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
Master's Recital: 2012-04-13 - Jacqueline Sotelo, voice

Master's Recital: 2012-04-13 - Jacqueline Sotelo, voice

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Date: April 13, 2012
Creator: Sotelo, Jacqueline
Description: Recital presented at the UNT College of Music Kenton Hall in partial fulfillment of the Master of Music (MM) degree
Contributing Partner: UNT Music Library
Ecological analysis of physical activity and health-related quality of life in female college students.

Ecological analysis of physical activity and health-related quality of life in female college students.

Date: December 2011
Creator: Dunn, Jacqueline
Description: Health-related quality of life (HRQOL) is a comprehensive construct including physical and psychosocial health functioning. Despite significant health benefits of regular physical activity (PA), over 40% of female college students do not meet recommended PA guidelines to improve their health. This study investigated the influences of individual, social, and physical environmental factors on students’ PA and HRQOL. Participants were 235 female university students who completed validated surveys assessing their perceptions of PA, HRQOL, and social ecological factors. Three hierarchical regressions revealed individual and physical environmental factors as predictors of PA and HRQOL. These findings indicated health professionals need to consider students’ individual factors and physical environmental factors to promote female students’ PA and HRQOL.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries
Faculty Recital: 1990-11-15 - Jacqueline Hofto, flute

Faculty Recital: 1990-11-15 - Jacqueline Hofto, flute

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Date: November 15, 1990
Creator: Hofto, Jacqueline
Description: Faculty recital performed at the UNT College of Music Concert Hall.
Contributing Partner: UNT Music Library
Hat

Hat

Date: 1940
Creator: Jacqueline (Dallas, Texas)
Description: Hat of brown felt. Styled similarly to an Alpine hat, the crown is of dark brown felt, with a triangular cross-section and flattened and "sunken" top. Around the base of the crown is a band of light brown grosgrain ribbon with one trailing end extending along brim to edge. The medium brim curves downwards at front, and turns upwards at back. The hat is unlined, with an inner hatband of light brown grosgrain ribbon at inside base of crown. Label sewn to inner hatband: "Jacqueline / Dallas".
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design
The Role of Social Integration in the Persistence of African American Men in College

The Role of Social Integration in the Persistence of African American Men in College

Date: May 2011
Creator: Garrett-Spencer, Jacqueline
Description: This qualitative study addressed the experiences of African American males attending a predominantly White university as undergirded by the social integration aspects of Tinto's model of academic and social integration. The methodology was case study. Sixteen semi-structured interviews were held with currently enrolled seniors to capture the lived experiences of their reasons for attending college as well as major influences that contributed to their persistence decisions. The results revealed emerging themes of positive and negative family influence, religious beliefs, and a sense of self-efficacy as instrumental factors for the students' persistence. The level of social integration tended to differ by the age classification (traditional college-going versus non-traditional college student) and by the level of parental education. The components of the social integration model, as developed by Tinto contributed little to the sample's persistence decisions when compared to the themes presented during the interviews. Three observations emerged from the data: (1) The experiences of the non-traditional aged participants were different from the traditional aged college student experiences; (2) Although the participants experienced varying levels of social integration, for most of the 16 students, their persistence decisions were influenced more by their positive and negative relationships with family, religious beliefs, and sense ...
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Faculty Recital: 1992-02-19 - Twentieth Century "Pot-Pourri"

Faculty Recital: 1992-02-19 - Twentieth Century "Pot-Pourri"

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Date: February 19, 1992
Creator: Hofto, Jacqueline & Yates, Stanley
Description: Faculty recital performed at the UNT College of Music Recital Hall.
Contributing Partner: UNT Music Library
Morality and Mortality: the Role of Values in the Adoption of Laws Governing the Involuntary Removal of Life Sustaining Medical Treatment in Us States

Morality and Mortality: the Role of Values in the Adoption of Laws Governing the Involuntary Removal of Life Sustaining Medical Treatment in Us States

Date: August 2012
Creator: Harvey, Jacqueline Christine
Description: Disputes between patients and providers regarding life-sustaining medical treatment (LSMT) are universal across all U.S. states, yet policies regarding these disputes differ significantly. This dissertation determines that all 50 states have advance directive laws that protect a patient’s right to refuse LSMT even when a healthcare provider objects, yet only some states have policies that protect the patient’s right to choose to continue LSMT when a healthcare provider objects (a dispute known as medical futility). Some states have pro-patient laws that protect the patient’s right to make the final decision, while other states have enacted pro-provider medical futility policies that explicitly grant the provider authority to remove LSMT against the patient’s wishes. Finally, in one state, the law delegates the final decision to a third-party: institutional healthcare ethics committees. This dissertation studies the innovation and adoption of these 17 state medical futility policies, examining the theory that values determine both whether the state adopts a medical futility policy as well as what type of medical futility policy a state will adopt- as the policy actors that represent these values: policy entrepreneurs and interest groups. A comparative case study of successful third-party policy adoption in Texas contrasted against a failed effort ...
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